Over the next couple of days I'm going to be testing the Fuji 90mm vs the Mitakon 85 sm, though the price may seem initially different the mitakon requires a speedbooster to adapt to fuji cameras bringing it up to just about the same cost of the 90mm which is 900 dollars at the time of writing. So now that they are in the same price bracket one would assume that they are only 5mm difference in focal length whats the point in testing them? Well one is a ff equivalent in otherwords it is truly a 85mm f.95 whereas the other is 90mm but in apsc terms this equates to a 135mm lense. Another big difference is sharpness and the use of autofocus. I had initially conducted a test with both lenses but I did not do a particularly good job of it. I was moving, changing the apertures and iso. To conduct a fair test i will do the test indoors at same distance, on a tripod with a shutter release with a static model. This post is rather a declaration of intent. Below is a few samples from each lense.